Moose is a framework for getting XML into and out of Java software. It integrates easily with Spring, Spring Web Services, or plain Java applications. It will generate an XML schema which describes your mapping configuration. Spring Web Services can wrap Moose's schema generator, creating a nice stack for simple, rapid development of SOAP Web services in Java.
Zabbix/J is a framework for integrating Zabbix monitoring into Java applications. Zabbix is an "enterprise-class Open Source distributed monitoring solution" which provides telemetry and triggers across entire infrastructures. Zabbix/J makes it simple to expose metrics from your Java applications, giving them visibility as first class citizens in a Zabbix configuration.
Journal is software for developing and publishing journals on the Web. It combines Java, Spring 3, Lucene, and Ehcache into an elegant solution for Web content management. The presentation is modern and CSS-based, and uses a responsive approach to layout. Resize your browser window and watch the layout adapt.
Meters is a set of Java/Swing components for creating live, realtime dashboards which visualize telemetric data. It provides visually rich components with organic movement, which gets the user interface out of the way, allowing the data to communicate. It is implementation-agnostic. It provides easily-extended interfaces and base classes which allow you to integrate your existing data sources so you can create a simple Java wrapper around your existing technology and incorporate your telemetry data into Meters.